COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Safe, Operation Warp Speed Leaders Vow

October 28 2020

Good morning from Washington, where President Trump says a COVID-19 vaccine is closer than many think. Fred Lucas covers a Heritage Foundation event during which the physician and general in charge of Operation Warp Speed share progress. As a Senate panel questions censorship by Facebook and other social media giants, Rob Bluey reports on a reform plan. On the podcast, top White House communications official Alysa Farrah outlines the president's achievements. Plus: with the vice president as he touts America's new Supreme Court justice, and how she resonates with conservative women. On this date in 1919, over President Woodrow Wilson's veto, Congress passes the Volstead Act to enforce the 18th Amendment's prohibition of alcoholic beverages.


COVID-19 Vaccine Will Be Safe, Operation Warp Speed Leaders Vow
By Fred Lucas

"Nobody in this organization, in this task force, is going to allow a vaccine to go out to the American people that is not safe and effective," says Army Gen. Gustave Perna.
It's Time to Fix Section 230. Here's a Plan to Do It.
By Rob Bluey

Heritage Foundation's proposed reforms attempt to strike a balance by protecting Americans who use social media while preserving the free market environment in which these companies operate.
White House Official Alyssa Farah Reflects on Key Moments of Trump Presidency
By Virginia Allen

"I know that every day, President Trump gets up and says, 'What can I do to better this country and serve the American people?'" says Farah.
Pence Praises Barrett, Says 'That Dogma Lives Loudly in Me'
By Rachel del Guidice

"Isn't she something?" says Pence of Barrett. "How great did she do in those hearings? Didn't you love it when she held up that blank pad?"
What Amy Coney Barrett Means to Conservative Women
By Kelsey Bolar

Barrett's story rejects the tired notion of traditional feminism and replaces it with a bold version that embraces womanhood for all its glories: marriage, motherhood, faith and a fulfilling career.
Newsom's Absurd Thanksgiving Rules
By Joshua Arnold

California's rules state Thanksgiving celebrations should last no more than two hours, be outside, and "attendees may go inside to use restrooms as long as the restrooms are frequently sanitized."
In 2020, a Radical Disruption of American Life
By Victor Davis Hanson

Who ever would have believed that housing prices would fall in picturesque San Francisco while soaring in pedestrian Sacramento and Fresno?

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